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OP, didn't they teach you that in job 101? You wait until you leave the premises to say anything negative about the place and don't bitch about your work to your coworkers because even if your boss didn't have a camera one of them could still tell him about the conversation. While I feel sorry for you, I still have to say YDI.

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Just because it's 2009 doesn't mean people can't use words that are very slightly above the level of everyday vocabulary. "Thus" is actually a word I hear a lot, it's not at all outdated. Perhaps your vocabulary could use just a touch more sophistication.

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"Validate your account and thus become a trusted FML member" That is the message on the validation page, the very site tou are complaning about this on uses the term "thus" showing that the term is used more often then you thought. Also you treat Elizabethan (the language Shakespeare used) as if were compleatly foreign to english, with a bit intelligence you can easly figure out what someone means.

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Well, they deserve it don't they? They should've known better than to talk bad about their boss. If they really felt the need to insult someone, they should've written it on a piece of paper or something. YDI.

OP, didn't they teach you that in job 101? You wait until you leave the premises to say anything negative about the place and don't bitch about your work to your coworkers because even if your boss didn't have a camera one of them could still tell him about the conversation. While I feel sorry for you, I still have to say YDI.

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^^^This. I thought it was common knowledge that you must leave your place of work before complaining about it. Don't say anything bad about your boss or job to anyone who might know or tell your boss. Don't say anything bad about your boss or job where it might be overheard by your boss. Don't EVER complain about job-related things while on the clock and/or on the property, unless you're filing a formal complain with Human Resources. YDI. Lean job etiquette.

What's with the hate of the words 'thus' and 'whilst?' I mean, whilst I am typing this, my instructor is talking about some British Prime Minister, thus why I'm on FML. See how that works?

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